The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

February 4, 2014

Lady Bobcats back on top of the mountain

Summers County No. 1 in latest state AP rankings

(Continued)

State Boys Rankings

CHARLESTON (AP) — The Associated Press high school boys basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:

Team    Record    Pts    Prv

Class AAA

 1. Washington (10)    12-0    100    1

 2. South Charleston    12-1    88    5

 3. Huntington    10-2    73    2

 4. Greenbrier East    11-3    59    8

 (tie) Woodrow Wilson    8-2    59    9

 6. Capital    7-2    52    3

 7. Hedgesville    10-2    37    4

 8. Martinsburg    9-3    28    NR

 9. Wheeling Park    11-3    22    10

10. Musselman    10-2    11    6

Others receiving votes: Parkersburg South 9, George Washington 8, Hurricane 2, Lewis County 2.

Class AA

 1. Robert C. Byrd (9)    12-0    99    1

 2. Westside (1)    9-2    88    5

 3. Poca    10-1    77    4

 4. Bluefield    9-2    71    2

 5. Wyoming East    9-2    64    3

 6. Bridgeport    9-3    50    T6

 7. Chapmanville    11-3    33    T6

 8. Petersburg    10-2    27    NR

 9. Nicholas County    9-3    15    NR

10. Fairmont Senior    5-6    9    9

Others receiving votes: Roane County 7, Scott 7, Wayne 2, Liberty Raleigh 1.

Class A

 1. Saint Joseph Central (5)    15-1    94    1

 2. Notre Dame (4)    11-2    92    2

 3. Magnolia    8-3    75    6

 4. Wheeling Central    11-3    68    5

 5. Gr. Beckley Christian    9-3    50    4

 6. Tucker County    8-2    42    7

 7. Charleston Catholic    8-5    36    3

 8. Valley Fayette (1)    11-1    33    9

 9. Madonna    9-3    23    8

10. Bishop Donahue    9-4    16    NR

Others receiving votes: Gilmer County 12, Williamstown 5, Tug Valley 3, Parkersburg Catholic 1.

State Girls Rankings

CHARLESTON (AP) — The Associated Press high school girls basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:

Team    Record    Pts    Prv

Class AAA

 1. Parkersburg South (10)    14-0    100    1

 2. Greenbrier East    13-1    86    2

 3. University    13-2    77    4

 4. Huntington    14-2    67    3

 5. Spring Valley    12-3    65    5

 6. Martinsburg    11-3    37    9

 7. Cabell Midland    9-2    29    8

 8. Logan    11-5    26    6

 9. Morgantown    10-6    23    10

10. Nitro    11-3    18    7

Others receiving votes: South Charleston 11, St. Albans 9, Preston 2.

Class AA

 1. Summers County (8)    13-0    94    3

 2. Fairmont Senior (1)    13-1    90    2

 3. Westside (1)    10-2    79    1

 4. North Marion    14-2    70    4

 5. Sissonville    10-2    54    6

 6. Lincoln    10-1    52    5

 7. Clay County    13-3    38    8

 8. Scott    9-3    26    7

 9. Keyser    13-1    19    10

10. PikeView    9-3    15    9

Others receiving votes: Ravenswood 4, Grafton 4, Chapmanville 2, Petersburg 1, Herbert Hoover 1, Oak Glen 1.

Class A

 1. Saint Joseph Central (9)    16-3    99    1

 2. St. Marys (1)    15-0    91    2

 3. Gilmer County    14-2    78    3

 4. Tucker County    8-3    71    5

 5. Wheeling Central    9-6    52    6

 6. Pocahontas County    10-4    48    4

 7. Trinity    9-4    43    7

 8. Charleston Catholic    11-4    32    8

 9. Magnolia    9-5    17    10

10. Tygarts Valley    8-4    12    9

Others receiving votes: Williamstown 5, Meadow Bridge 1, Tyler Consolidated 1.

 

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